Trevor Noah & Minka Kelly Split After 2 Years Together: What Went Wrong?
After quietly dating for over two years, Trevor Noah and Minka Kelly have called it quits.
The former flames "have been broken up for a while," a source confirmed to People, and though they briefly parted ways last year, this time may be for good, as a second insider spilled the comedian, 38, was "too focused on work and didn't have enough time for a relationship."
The exact timing of their split is unknown, but it seems they've both moved on, as Noah is "back in the dating game," and "[Minka] has the best attitude," said the source.
"She is very happy," the first insider insisted of the Parenthood alum, 41. "She'd rather be single than waste her time with the wrong guy."
Work commitments got in the way before, as they felt they needed "time apart" last spring since their careers were pulling them in different directions, a source previously shared.
While an Us Weekly insider spilled that the duo was "on and off" throughout the course of their romance, things were still very serious between them. In fact, in 2021, the Daily Show host — whose show is based out of Manhattan — splashed out $27.5 million for a Bel-Air mansion that they moved into together.
"They're making plans for a future together, and it's a very stable relationship," an insider spilled to People at the time. "They've been spending time between coasts over the last year and had been looking for a place in L.A. as a couple."
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Noah and Kelly never publicly confirmed their romance and have only been seen out together a handful of times, though they've each made one appearance on each other's Instagram profiles.
In December of last year, Noah shared a photo (seen above) of them sitting side by side at a friend's birthday bash, and a month later, the Euphoria actress revealed they took a trip to her beau's native country, South America. She called the trip "the holiday of a lifetime."